Saturday, June 15, 2019

DOVE GREY DAYS

Although June is the beginning of the rainy season, there have been only been drips and drizzles of rain. For weeks, with the exception of a couple of days of partial sun, dove-colored clouds hover over Vallarta and Banderas Bay.  
EL CAMINO DEL MUELLE
On a grey Sunday, we load up our dogs, drive to Boca and take a panga to a small village a few miles south.  We´re surprised to find  part of the cement walkway from the pier destroyed by storms.  Three small, barefooted children laugh and point to a primitive detour up the side of the hill. 
DESCENDING - BAJANDONOS
We laugh too as we clamber up a dirt trail, occasionally holding on to a rope, and then edge down to the walkway.
The cement path through the village is dotted with chickens, roosters and a few dogs before crossing over to a coco palm-lined dirt path leading to the river and beach. 

Due to the absence of rain, the water level is only slightly above the ankles. We quickly cross the river and walk the long stretch of soft, sandy, mostly empty beach for a swim and seafood lunch under thatched palms. A perfect day. 




"Dogogo Rivera," a painting by Lee Chapman of a dog holding an easel and brushes, was donated to the PEACEAnimals online auction in December.  High bidders were board members, Norma Kafer and her husband James Gordon. They liked the painting so much that they commissioned Lee, popular local artist and animal lover/rescuer, to paint a cat companion.  "Frida Katlo" soon arrived at their home in Arizona.  


NEW BOARD MEMBER:  Clare Leach, half-time resident of Puerto Vallarta, has been enthusiastically welcomed by the board of directors of PEACEAnimals.  Clare, a mostly retired licensed professional counselor, is passionate about spay/neuter and has already been very busy and successful in raising funds for our clinics.  
http://peaceanimals.org/about/board_of_directors


MAGISTERIO: A dusty colonia about 25 minutes northeast of centro Vallarta.  The clinic took place in a very spacious, open-air "salon de eventos."
SALÓN DE EVENTOS - CLÍNICA EN COL. MAGISTERIO


I bring 20 donated collars and 20 donated leashes the first day of all clinics until supplies depleted.  For many pet owners, these are luxuries they cannot afford, and they are grateful.   
STERILIZATIONS AT CLINIC AT MAGISTERIO: 

MALE DOGS - 11; FEMALE DOGS - 37 ; MALE CATS - 23; FEMALE CATS - 19  TOTAL:  90

MAGISTERIO





LA SEÑORITA TRAJO 2 PERRITAS Y MOMENTOS MÁS TARDE,
LOS 3 CACHORRITOS DE LA RUBIA.  MAMA DOG BROUGHT
TO CLINIC AND MOMENTS LATER HER 3 PUPPIES.


LOS 3 CACHORRITOS DE LA TERRIER RUBIA
The Magisterio clinic was underwritten by an anonymous, generous donation of $10,000 USD, which pays for 5.56 PEACEAnimals clinics.  This is the third. 

DONATIONS at clinic in
Magisterio:  890 pesos

Volcanes -  Inland, dusty and rural, this is one of the poorest colonias in Puerto Vallarta. It is also the colonia with one of the best public schools in town. The Volcanes school offers the excellent Volcanes Community Education Project. www.volcanesproject.com; www.facebook.com/volcanescommunityproject 
ESTUDIANTES DE PETALUMA CALIFORNIA CON MAESTRA Y ORGANIZORA MEGAN GALLAGHER
Y OTRA MAESTRAS, EVELYN MARTINEZ Y CHRISTINE KUBOLA (MANO IZ.)

Megan Gallagher, English coordinator for four years at the Volcanes school, didn´t forget this community after returning to California.  Currently the lead teacher for grades 5 and 6 at the Spring Hill school in Petaluma, Megan is also the middle school Spanish teacher and the Spanish
and Global Connections coordinator.  She arrived in Puerto Vallarta on June 10th with eight students who have been Skyping back and forth in English and Spanish with Volcanes students.  It was the second visit for six of them. In addition to cleaning surgical instruments, they especially enjoyed the petting and rubbing of cats and kittens on the recovery table. 
VOLUNTARIOS FRENTE DE LA MESA DE RECUPERACIÓN DE GATOS - VOLCANES

I arrived at 9 with a small kitten and puppy belonging to two neighbors.  The sun was finally out and it was hot.  The clinic in the one-story white cement "Casa de Adulto Mayor" (senior citizen house) was full at 60 animals and we had run out of kennels. 
VOLCANES CLINIC     photo credit- Angela Kelleher - volunteer
Some people had arrived as early as 7 AM to register their animals and waited patiently until 8:30 to sign registration forms.  Pet owners who arrived after 8:30 were asked to come back the following day.


DESPUÉS DE CIRUGÍA - AFTER SURGERY
I walked down the dirt road to a small market to buy lunch meat and kibble for three extremely skinny dogs whose  owner had brought them to be spayed and neutered. The woman´s third dog couldn´t be spayed because she had given birth to three puppies a week before. The dogs ate ravenously.  In a place of poverty, it feels somehow misguided to be giving food to animals and not to their owners, who can´t afford to feed pets.  


STERILIZATIONS AT VOLCANES CLINIC JUNE 12-15:

Male dogs - 24; Female dogs - 64; Male cats - 36; Female cats - 59  TOTAL  183! 
Plus pregnancies terminated for:
1 cat with 3 fetuses; 1 cat with 4 fetuses; 1 cat with 5 fetuses; 
1 cat with 6 fetuses = 18 animals not born to suffer.

DONATIONS AT VOLCANES CLINIC:  1,114.55 pesos
  

Following are donations earmarked for Volcanes clinic, thanks to Megan Gallagher, organizer:
VOLCANES

Kendra Joseph - $30 USD
Alyssa Anderson - $10 USD 
Cassia Crall - $100 USD 
Chaz Gallagher - $100 USD 
Stephanie Moreo - $100 USD 
Leslie Weiss - $25 USD 
Danielle Wegner - $150 USD 
Elmar Zamora - $100 USD Lynne Fuller- $200 USD
Pam Tambe - $25 USD 
Melissa Ann Gibbs - $50 USD 
Joanna and Noah Intara Zim - $50 USD 
Melissa Jeong and Gregory Thrash - $200 USD
Leslie Taylor - $500 USD
Christine Kubota - $90 USD
Jen Klem-Clark - $50 USD


DONATIONS TO PEACEANIMALS:

Ellen Hunt Floreat Foundation - $3,000 USD
Jan and John Stalford II - $500 USD
AmazonSmile Foundation - $37.92 (activity 1/1-3/31/19) 
Lilka Jones - $17 USD (monthly)
Goldrich Family Foundation - $3,000 USD
Michael Turner - $50 USD (monthly)
Irma Gaeta  - $2.00 USD via Benevity - Macy´s Giving Program (net to PEACEAnimals - $1.94)


CLÍNICA EN VOLCANES

In 2018, PEACEAnimals sterilized 5,792 cats and dogs.

HORARIO/SCHEDULE:
CLÍNICA EN MAGISTERIO


JUNIO/JUNE

19-22- Colonia Infonavit - Gonzales Gallo (da una vuelta al este a Macro Plaza) luego esquina con Javier Mina en la caseta de policías  enfrente del parque contra esquina del kiosko.  Turn east at macro Plaza on Gonzales Gallo and continue to the small police station on the right hand side across from the park.

26-29 - el Porvenir, Nayarit - calle Gómez Fárias #14, esquina con 5 de mayo (organized by Linda Stewart)

JULIO - 3-6 -Ixtapa - calle Canario 410, Villas Ixtapa (cerca de los Tamarindos)
10-13 - las Varas
17-20 -col. la Floresta en Vallarta- calle Ángel Robles # 281 - en la Hacienda las Mexicanas

24-27 -Tomatlán - Cabo Corrientes


PHOTOS OF DOGS AND CATS FOR ADOPTION AT THE ALBERGUE, THE  CITY SHELTER 
(322) 293-3690
 FOTOS/NOMBRES Y INFORMACIÓN DE PERROS Y GATOS EN ADOPCIÓN EN EL ALBERGUE
  TO REPORT ANIMAL ABUSE OR RESCUE NEEDED- CALL 911 AND REQUEST GREEN PATROL (PATRULLA VERDE);   OR CALL THE CITY SHELTER - (322) 293-3690

 FOR WEEKLY CLINIC DIRECTIONS TO CLINICS: (SPANISH ONLY)  (322) 113-3955  PARA REPORTAR ABUSO A LOS ANIMALES  O PARA ANIMALES QUE NECESITAN  - LLAME  A LA POLICA - 911 - 
Y PIDE LA PATRULLA VERDE - o marca al albergue  (322) 293 3690


LINEA DESIGNADA PARA DIRECCIÓNES EN ESPAÑOL Y COMO LLEGAR A LAS CLÍNICAS CADA SEMANA:   (322) 113 3955         http://www.peaceanimals.org/

PLEASE HELP WITH LUNCH DONATIONS FOR OUR VET TEAM.  has a lunch budget of 70 pesos per vet team member (four persons) per day -  4 days a week. has a lunch budget of 70 pesos per vet team member (four persons) per day -  4 days a week. 
Extra person every Wednesday & Thursday is star volunteer, Frank Ohly. Please advise when you would like to donate.  DONATIONS OF LUNCHES MEAN MONEY SAVED FOR CLINIC SUPPLIES.   FAVOR DE DONAR ALMUERZOS PARA NUESTRO EQUIPO. 

¡NOS URGEN VOLUNTARIOS PARA LAS CLÍNICAS en PUERTO VALLARTA.  Siempre tenemos en Nayarit.
 PARA AVISAR:  Leslie Caratachea por FB o infopeaceanimals@gmail.com
                                                          http://www.peaceanimals.org/espa_ol/protocolo_para_voluntarios
         
WE ARE IN GREAT NEED OF VOLUNTEERS in Puerto Vallarta.  Clinics in the state of Nayarit are always fully staffed with volunteers.  Please contact Leslie Caratachea via FB or just drop by.  
FOR INFORMATION:   http://www.peaceanimals.org/volunteer_1/volunteer_duties
  
ALSO NEEDED:   USED/NEW KENNELS FOR CATS AND DOGS AND NEW/USED COLLARS AND LEASHES TO GIVE TO DOG OWNERS AT CLINICS, PLUS USED TOWELS AND  SHEETS.


 $$$$$$ COST PER SURGERY WEEK CLINIC (3.5 days) IS APPROXIMATELY $1,800 USD.  PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION VIA CHECK, CREDIT CARD, PAYPAL, BEQUEST,  OR STOCK TRANSFER.  Note:  Stocks are transferred at full value without the donating stock owner being taxed.

PEACEAnimals is under the umbrella of Banderas Bay Charities, Inc., a US 501 (c)(3) charity located in Portland, Oregon.  Please make payments payable to either BBC INC or to full name.  Donations are tax deductible and should be earmarked for PEACEAnimals. 

Amy Welch, Secretary-Treasurer amywelchpdx@comcast.net
505 N Tomahawk Is Dr Portland, OR 97217    Tel:503 285 4007



PEACEANIMALS VET TEAM - EL EQUIPO DE PEACEANIMALS 
 DR. ANTHONY, LESLIE, DR. POLI Y DR. PACHECO
 Banderas Bay Charities, Inc (BBC INC) offers tax-deductible receipts in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
  






THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS PAST AND CURRENT SPONSORS OF $1,800 US AND MORE:  


            


THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT.

Gretchen DeWitt – President – Board of Directors
gretchen@peaceanimals.org  www.peaceanimals.org 
www.gretchen-peace-and-pv.blogspot.com  https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals

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Saturday, June 1, 2019

ARCHAEOLOGICAL ZONES - YUCATAN


The drive from Bacalar to Xpujil (pronounced "ish-poo-heel)" is 120 kilometers (75 miles) on mostly an excellent highway, though it needs some repaving after leaving the state of Quintana Roo and entering the state of Campeche.

CHICANNÁ - The ruins of Chicanná ("House of the Serpent Mouth") are five minutes up the road from our hotel and about 9 kilometers (5 1/2 mi.) from the charmless town of Xpujil.  The most exciting structure in this archaeological zone is a temple-residence whose doorway is framed by a "monster mouth," a type of architecture seen at other Mayan ruins.  (note enormous teeth and eyes in photo below).
("CASA DE LA BOCA DE CULEBRA") - CHICANNÁ - ZONA ARCHEOLÓGICA - CAMPECHE 
BECÁN - The following morning we drive to Becán ("ravine formed by water"), only five kilometers from Chicanná, and much larger and grander.  The name is no doubt a reference to the empty, large half moon moat around this site: Most imposing structures are the twin pyramids, 30 meters (100 feet) high and climbable.

ZONA ARCHAEÓGICA DE BECÁN, CAMPECHE

XPUJIL - Later the same day - Xpujil ("tail of the cat") archaeological zone - 22 km. (13 mi.) south of the town. Named for the reed-like vegetation nearby, it is most noted for its three majestic towers.

CAMPECHE - ZONA ARCHAEOLÓGICA ZONA DE XPUJIL - INTERPRETACIÓN ARTÍSTICA

CALAKMUL - GRAN PIRÁMIDE - 
CALAKMUL - Originally named Kaan (Kingdom of the Serpent Head"), this UNESCO World Heritage Site was possibly the largest city-state in Mayan history.  It is hour´s drive southwest from Xpujil to the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve (723,185 hectare-=2,792 sq. mi.).  Once entering the gate, the road into the reserve is a hellish one, winding and filled with large potholes, requiring great care and maximum speed of 20 km (15 mph) per hour. Entering, one is still inside the very dense, protected forest. Filled with wildlife, including 220 species of birds, all we saw were some brilliantly colored turkeys casually crossing the rutted road.  Jaguars come out at night and the spider and howler monkeys are all napping during the hottest hours of the day.  An hour later, we arrive at the entrance to these very extensive and splendid ruins.  I  walk barefoot for almost two hours because one of my sandals inconveniently comes unglued.  The star in all this wonderment is probably what is called the Great Pyramid, located at the Gran Plaza.  Fifty meters high (approx 174 feet) and covering two hectare (5 acres), it is the largest Mayan pyramid, due to the size of its base.  Teotihuacán in Mexico City has the tallest pyramid.
VISTA DEL BOSQUE DEL GRAN PIRÁMIDE - CALAKMUL, CAMPECHE - VIEW OF BIOSPHERE  HALF-WAY UP


VOLCÁN DE MURCIÉGALOS  On our last afternoon in the archaeological zone, we drive west 30 minutes to "el Volcán de Murciélagos" ("Volcano of Bats").  Parking just off the highway, we walk 200 meters (650 feet) up a narrow dirt path surrounded by tall trees, arriving at the precipice of a cordoned off, deep cave.  Scientists refer to it as a cenote.  At dusk, two large birds resembling kingfishers, screech as they flap down onto branches above us and wait.   Minutes later, resembling a dark tornado, an estimated 4 to 5 million small bats begin to swirl out of this black hole in the earth. They will fly as far as Guatemala, 35 km. (22 mi.) away, most of them returning before daylight.
VOLCÁN DE MURCIÉGALOS- CAMPECHE

The next morning, we begin the drive back to Chethumal.  Wanting to avoid spending any more time than necessary there, we visit two more archaeological sites en route.

EL HORMIGUERO:  ("The Anthill")  No anthills in sight, but there are unexcavated mounds everywhere.  In a remote and very much unvisited location,the most imposing structure is a tall temple with a "monster mouth" entrance at the top. High above us in the surrounding trees, two families of spider monkeys frolic and shake branches at us.
EL HORMIGUERO

KOHUNLICH:  (English  - "Cohune Ridge"where cohune palm grew). Sixty km (37 miles) from Chetumal, Quintana Roo.  The site is large and contains a number of plazas, pyramids and a large ball court.  The main attraction here are the six large stucco masks, some as tall as 2 1/2 meters (8 feet), depicting Maya kings or the Maya Sun God, "Kinich Ajaw.  The eyes of the masks all have a sun sign that face west.  Gazing at them, they look starry eyed.
KOHUNLICH, QUINTANA ROO

At all the Mayan and Aztec ruins we have visited in Mexico and Guatemala, there are almost always
faded splashes of crimson on some of the remaining stucco. These magnificent cities were once painted in brilliant colors, but time and erosion have erased almost all traces.  At the entrance to some of the locations, signs posted with overviews of the Mayan civilization note that these cities were "built only by Mayans without the assistance of extraterrestrials."  There is an absence of tourists at most of the archaeological sites we visited.  With the exceptions of Calukmal and Kohunlich, where there were only six or eight other people,  we were the only humans in the forests.
CALAKMUL

We return from our ten-day adventure to cloudy skies and high humidity in Puerto Vallarta.  Light drizzle follows for days. In the early evening of May 27th we hear the first electric buzz in our garden of a solitary cicada. It rains that night, signaling the beginning of their courting and the three month rainy season.

MASCOTA:  In Spanish, the word means "pet."  In the Teco language the name was "amaxacotlán mazacotla," which means "place of deer and snakes."  The conquering Spaniards called it "Valley of the Deer."  It is now very much horse country.
MASCOTA

The drive, which is a very pretty one,  and often a winding one, takes approximately two hours from Vallarta.  Located on a plateau in the Sierra Madres, Mascota is a very pleasant, colonial-looking town.  Most visited sight is the lovely, unfinished Templo de la Preciosa Sangre.  There is also an ancient volcano, el Molcajete, three miles outside town.
TEMPLO DE LA SANGRE PRECIOSA -MASCOTA

VOLCÁN EL MOLCAJETE - MASCOTA

CLINIC IN MASCOTA - MAY 22-25

Unable to attend as I was traveling.  All photos were taken by vet tech/education director, Leslie Caratachea.  Fundación Amigos de los Animales Mascota organized volunteers and lunches.  The clinic took place in the very attractive Club de Leones (Lions Club) on the main street of town.  This is our third annual visit to Mascota.

STERILIZATIONS AT CLINIC IN MASCOTA:    MALE DOGS - 15; FEMALE DOGS - 21; MALE CATS - 13; FEMALE CATS - 37  TOTAL:  156!

CLÍNICA EN MASCOTA - CLUB DE LEONES


PLUS PREGNANCIES TERMINATED FOR:

1 CAT WITH 6 FETUSES; 1 CAT WITH 5 FETUSES; 1 CAT WITH 4 FETUSES; AND TWO CATS WITH 
3 FETUSES EACH  -  TOTAL:  21 ANIMALS NOT BORN TO SUFFER 

This clinic was underwritten by an anonymous donation of $10,000 USD, which pays for 5.56 PEACEAnimals clinics.  Mascota was the second clinic to date underwritten by this generous donation.


DONATIONS AT CLINIC IN MASCOTA:  1,230 PESOS

DONATIONS TO PEACEANIMALS:

GreaterGood.Org -  $2,002.00 USD

Bebe Schweppe - $5,000 USD

Michael Turner - $50 USD (monthly)

In 2018, PEACEAnimals sterilized 5,792 cats and dogs.


HORARIO/SCHEDULE:

JUNIO/JUNE

5-8- COLONIA MAGISTERIO - AVE. LAS TORRES 1162 ESQUINA 16 DE SEPTIEMBRE SALON DE EVENTOS A CONTRA ESQUINA DE LA ESCUELA SECONDARIA TÉCNICA FORÁNEA
12-15 - Colonia Volcanes, Puerto Vallarta (organized by Megan Shelton) Casa de Adulto Mayor - calle Nevada de Colima entre Everest y Huaxcarán
(direcciónes - Fco. Villa norte - derrecha en Revolución - izq. en Ecuador - derrecha en Pablo Franco - izquierda en Victor Iturbide - pasa Ave. los Poetas y muchas cudras hasta Mt. Everest y derrecha
19-22 - Pitillal - Puerto Vallarta - calle Hidalgo 120 - en el viejo mercado municipal a un lado de la bici - cerca del río - in the old municipal market, next to the bicycle shop near the river.
26-29 - Nayarit (organized by Linda Stewart)
GATOS RECUPERANDO - CLÍNICA EN MASCOTA

JULIO - 24-27 -Tomatlán - Cabo Corrientes

PHOTOS OF DOGS AND CATS FOR ADOPTION AT THE ALBERGUE, THE  CITY SHELTER 
(322) 293-3690
 FOTOS/NOMBRES Y INFORMACIÓN DE PERROS Y GATOS EN ADOPCIÓN EN EL ALBERGUE
  TO REPORT ANIMAL ABUSE OR RESCUE NEEDED- CALL 911 AND REQUEST GREEN PATROL (PATRULLA VERDE);   OR CALL THE CITY SHELTER - (322) 293-3690

 FOR WEEKLY CLINIC DIRECTIONS TO CLINICS: (SPANISH ONLY)  (322) 113-3955  PARA REPORTAR ABUSO A LOS ANIMALES  O PARA ANIMALES QUE NECESITAN  - LLAME  A LA POLICA - 911 - 
Y PIDE LA PATRULLA VERDE - o marca al albergue  (322) 293 3690


LINEA DESIGNADA PARA DIRECCIÓNES EN ESPAÑOL Y COMO LLEGAR A LAS CLÍNICAS CADA SEMANA:   (322) 113 3955         http://www.peaceanimals.org/

PLEASE HELP WITH LUNCH DONATIONS FOR OUR VET TEAM.  has a lunch budget of 70 pesos per vet team member (four persons) per day -  4 days a week. has a lunch budget of 70 pesos per vet team member (four persons) per day -  4 days a week. Extra person every Wednesday & Thursday is star volunteer, Frank Ohly. Please advise when you would like to donate.  DONATIONS OF LUNCHES MEAN MONEY SAVED FOR CLINIC SUPPLIES.   FAVOR DE DONAR ALMUERZOS PARA NUESTRO EQUIPO. 

¡NOS URGEN VOLUNTARIOS PARA LAS CLÍNICAS en PUERTO VALLARTA.  Siempre tenemos en Nayarit.
 PARA AVISAR:  Leslie Caratachea por FB o infopeaceanimals@gmail.com
                                                          http://www.peaceanimals.org/espa_ol/protocolo_para_voluntarios
         
WE ARE IN GREAT NEED OF VOLUNTEERS in Puerto Vallarta.  Clinics in the state of Nayarit are always fully staffed with volunteers.  Please contact Leslie Caratachea via FB or just drop by.  
FOR INFORMATION:   http://www.peaceanimals.org/volunteer_1/volunteer_duties
VOLUNTARIOS- CLÍNICA EN MASCOTA
  
ALSO NEEDED:   USED/NEW KENNELS FOR CATS AND DOGS AND NEW/USED COLLARS AND LEASHES TO GIVE TO DOG OWNERS AT CLINICS, PLUS USED TOWELS AND  SHEETS.
 $$$$$$ COST PER SURGERY WEEK CLINIC (3.5 days) IS APPROXIMATELY $1,800 USD.  PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A DONATION VIA CHECK, CREDIT CARD, PAYPAL, BEQUEST,  OR STOCK TRANSFER.  Note:  Stocks are transferred at full value without the donating stock owner being taxed.

PEACEAnimals is under the umbrella of Banderas Bay Charities, Inc., a US 501 (c)(3) charity located in Portland, Oregon.  Please make payments payable to either BBC INC or to full name.  Donations are tax deductible and should be earmarked for PEACEAnimals. 

Amy Welch, Secretary-Treasurer amywelchpdx@comcast.net
505 N Tomahawk Is Dr Portland, OR 97217    Tel:503 285 4007



PEACEANIMALS VET TEAM - EL EQUIPO DE PEACEANIMALS 
 DR. ANTHONY, LESLIE, DR. POLI Y DR. PACHECO
 Banderas Bay Charities, Inc (BBC INC) offers tax-deductible receipts in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
  






THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS PAST AND CURRENT SPONSORS OF $1,800 US AND MORE:  


            


THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST AND SUPPORT.

Gretchen DeWitt – President – Board of Directors
gretchen@peaceanimals.org  www.peaceanimals.org 
www.gretchen-peace-and-pv.blogspot.com  https://www.facebook.com/PeaceAnimals
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